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Sunday, November 2, 2008

Game balls & Gassers

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KU football defeats KSU

The 106th edition of the Sunflower State Showdown belongs to KU's kid from the Sunflower State. Salina native Jake Sharp rushed for four touchdowns, 181 yards and had 5 pass receptions.

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2008 KU-KSU football

Reader poll

Who was KU's defensive MVP against Kansas State?

  • Daymond Patterson 2% 35 votes
  • James Holt 54% 823 votes
  • Darrell Stuckey 8% 125 votes
  • Jake Laptad 11% 178 votes
  • Russell Brorsen 14% 216 votes
  • Clint Bowen 6% 103 votes
  • Other 1% 26 votes

1506 total votes.

Candidates for Game balls

¢ Jake Sharp didn't carry the ball in the fourth quarter and still rushed for 181 yards and four touchdowns and had 76 receiving yards in the game of his career.

¢ James Holt blitzed effectively, played well in pass coverage and flew all over the field making sure tackles.

¢ Russell Brorsen intercepted two passes from the defensive end position.

Candidate for Gassers

¢ The KU students who left at halftime, and there were plenty of them.

Comments

rolo2383 5 years, 9 months ago

I couldn't agree more about the students. Ridiculous.

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Brad Farha 5 years, 9 months ago

I appreciate the support the students are showing, but I do want and expect more. I've been taking my 5 year old to the games since last year, and we don't leave early. She even made it through the entire Baylor game last year (2 rain delays totaling over 2 hours). If my 5 year old daughter can make it, I don't see why the students have to leave early. Please stick around, enjoy the game, and support our student athletes! Rock Chalk Jayhawk KU!!!!

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